The identities of the people involved in the Sunday night wreck that ended up in a confrontation with police and an injured motorcyclist were released Monday morning.
Recent reports filed by Hinesville Police Department officers include:
A fox that showed signs of aggression toward residents on Jerico Marsh Road in Midway has tested positive for rabies, according to the Liberty County Health Department.
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A motorcycle rider was injured in Hinesville Sunday night after colliding with a car.
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A Walthourville home was damaged by a lightning strike Sunday afternoon during a storm.
GLENNVILLE - A large fire destroyed four businesses on Barnard Street in downtown Glennville early Sunday morning.
A Midway home sustained damage during the storm that swept through the east end of Liberty County Thursday afternoon.
SAVANNAH - A man who was wanted in Liberty County was one of two men arrested Thursday morning after the Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team seized guns and drugs from a Savannah hotel, according to a news release.
Two Hinesville residents whose paths had never crossed met about 60 miles away as one was fighting for life and the other stepped in to help.
Editor's note: This article has been revised to reflect the following correction. An earlier version of this online article incorrectly listed Rita Simmons Deen's occupations. She was the daughter of a retired tax commissioner and worked at Ludowici Bank. It also mispelled the name of one of the probate judge candidates. The correct spelling is Teresa Odum. The Coastal Courier regrets the errors.
Long County will host two rabies clinics Saturday.
Jody Grooms, the former head coach of Wayne County High School's football team, and his wife, Sharon Grooms, a former teacher at Arthur Williams Middle School, were arrested Tuesday and charged with theft by taking, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
A Liberty County deputy patrolling the St. Johns Road area in Allenhurst around 3 a.m. Saturday following a rash of vehicle break-ins spotted a vehicle speeding through the area.
The National Hurricane Center is still saying it is unclear what impact Hurricane Matthew will have on the East Coast of the United States.